Suburban Extended Stay Hotel of Orlando / Casselberry
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... when we got back to the RV. We decided to take it easy this morning (friday) and get on the way to crystal river so we could explore a bit today. Only a two some hour drive today headed in the right direction. So far we haven't hit anything (except a really stupid bird in the keys) and there have been no fires. The crew is pretty efficient at set up and take down, and we can usually be "road ready" in about 10-15 minutes. Manatees here we come!!!! Roll ...
... and the manned space flight missions. It is also home to the second largest wildlife area in Florida – the Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge. There is also the Canaveral National Seashore, Coco Beach, Daytona Beach and lots, lots more to explore and enjoy.
Our first night requires our use of the bedroom space heater and upon walking we fire up the furnace in the RV. Our mornings are a ...
... we stumbled across the Lilo and Stitch ride. With no
idea of what to expect, we were spurted with water while being party to a
little creature’s prison break.
Today, as Mickey told us, was all about dreams. Unfortunately, when we tried to
meet him, he was apparently a bit of a xenophobic diva. I introduced myself, a
little starstruck, and told him I was from England. At which point he totally
blanked me and introduced himself to Megan, ...
... was only a little pretentious. Every course was excellent and only one had mushrooms!
We had a very nice evening and are glad that we tried Victoria and Albert’s. It appears that we are official “foodies” now since Victoria and Albert’s is a AAA Five Diamond winner and #5 on the TripAdvisor Traveler’s Choice list for 2014.
It didn’t seem right to go back to Coronado Springs via the Monorail route, so we took a ...
... for us was 7.40 pm ( > 4 1/2 hours later than the originally planned time) giving us a arrival time in Orlando of 4 am. By this time we had met up with Prue from Adelaide & Kathy from Auckland so there was quite a group of us chatting away. The airline gave us all a meal voucher to the the value of $7 so we grabbed some tea in the airport. United being a cheap airline doesn't provide free meals on board anyway. I ate a tofu salad and got a cup of fruit salad to ...